Explainer Video Specialists IdeaMachine Studios Reaches 50 Viral Videos

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Animated production company ideaMachine Studios reaches major milestone and celebrates fifth anniversary. The award winning studio has become famous for their work in explainer videos, product demos, and more since they first opened their doors in 2010.

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We work to create video content that tells a story and truly resonates with our clients’ target markets. Each time one of our videos reach viral status we consider it a win for our client as well as our studio.

Award winning animation company ideaMachine Studios is proud to announce a major milestone in the company’s short yet decorated history. After five years of work in the corporate animation and explainer video space, ideaMachine has produced its fiftieth viral video.

Founded in 2010, ideaMachine Studios has quickly established a reputation as a leading producer of story-driven video content. A year on year multiple Telly Award winning studio, ideaMachine is celebrated for their work in 3D computer animation, motion graphics, chalkboard, stop animation, RSA style animation and more. Having worked with clients across a wide array of verticals as well as startups and fortune 500’s, ideaMachine is committed to the creative process. Their team of animators, illustrators, producers and directors work together closely to produce video content as unique as the clients they serve.

Each time a video reaches or eclipse 100,000 views organically, it is considered viral. The ideaMachine portfolio now boasts an impressive total of fifty viral videos, and counting. One such animated product video was recently produced by the studio for General Mill’s cereal Cheerios and hit 700,000 views in a matter of months. The most recent to go viral and enable the studio to reach this milestone was a financial explainer video produced for Sure Payroll. This sixty-two second short has been used in a national television campaign and has helped Sure Payroll to generate significant business as a result. Having already produced thousands of minutes of explainer videos and animated sales videos, ideaMachine is not only celebrating fifty viral videos but also their fifth anniversary as an animation studio.

“We are very excited to reach this milestone at such a significant time in our company history,” said Steve Day, Owner and Creative Director of ideaMachine Studios. “We work to create video content that tells a story and truly resonates with our clients’ target markets. Each time one of our videos reach viral status we consider it a win for our client as well as our studio.”

Widely recognized for their work in the explainer video space, ideaMachine has helped hundreds of national and international brands create compelling video content. As a story-driven production company, the ideaMachine staff has developed a creative process that not only taps their internal talent but involves the client. This unique approach enables ideaMachine to harness the cohesive expertise of both studio and client to produce video content that is second to none.

As the ideaMachine team celebrates their success over the past five years, plans are already underway to make an even bigger impact on the animated video production industry in the coming years. Stay tuned for more updates and announcements from ideaMachine studios as they continue to produce award winning video content.

About ideaMachine Studios
A story-driven production company, ideaMachine Studios was founded in 2010. Comprised of a dynamic team of experience and talented animators, illustrators, directors and producers, ideaMachine Studios effectively communicates unique client messaging through high quality video content. Located in New York, ideaMachine employs the best and the brightest in the animated video production industry to produce award winning content for each and every client they serve. Learn more about ideaMachine Studios at http://www.ideamachinestudio.com or call (646) 791-6345.

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